Law: Did we cross the point of sanity?

Law: Did we cross the point of sanity?

Law and justice, they’re here to protect us.. or are they?
In all actuality, it is a great big “No”.

We see the practices of law and justice everywhere, whether it comes to the obvious facts of not hurting others, or the smaller terms of services you agree on when you sign up at websites.
Yet, while governments, justice departments, lawyers, police, and all those others who use laws, say they are there to protect us, they instead are there to restrict us.
It is quite simple in actual fact, which is easily shown by looking at the following facts:

The reason governments exist is because of the so-called need for laws, and well, we need someone to create them.
Yet, ask anyone on the streets what the laws are of a country, they probably can name you 1, 2, maybe even 3, but most certainly not all of them.
Even when we ask the police, they will need to check their law books a huge amount of times, and yes, even judges and lawyers need to do so.
Dare to ask yourself: How could we follow laws that we don’t even know?
Still, it ain’t weird that most people don’t know them, as in actuality there are hundreds of laws, summed up under a smaller amount of “main laws”.

Just take a moment to check terms of services for example, we encounter about 1 a day, which shouldn’t have been a problem, if they were small, understandable and clear.
However, they are not, they use terms that the majority of people don’t even understand, use small print to hide certain facts, and even more important, they tend to be at least 30 pages long…
To take an example however of a terms of service, the ones of Twitter, they use 30 pages, a total of 67092 characters, 10854 words. Their terms would take an hour to read to actually just read, add time to that to fully understand them, to think about them, and possibly even check them over, and far and far more time to even remember them…
To explain in layman’s terms, you would an idiot to actually ever fully read them, even though if you want to comply to them, you would need read them…

And at this moment we are just looking at terms of service agreements, let alone when look at laws…
Let’s actually take a moment to do so.
For one of the translations I did at my blog, I would have needed to read the copyright laws of Albania.
Now, law No. 35/2016 of Albania is about copyright and related rights.
98 pages, 259.280 characters, yes it is a quarter million characters, 41258 words, about 4 hours to read, the ability to understand I wouldn’t even want to explain, you are probably busy for a week or more to understand if you have an average IQ, let alone if you are below that…
And that would be just 1 law, of the 300+ laws that just Albania has…
300 weeks, that would be 2100 days, 70 months, about 6 years…
6 years to learn the laws of a country, and that would if you would focus at them continuously basically, so simple and easy, you would never be able to learn them in a lifetime, that is the actual reality…

We went beyond the point of what is normal and crazy a long, long, long, long time ago.
In all honesty, the laws basically should exist of those general understanding, like do not steal, do not hurt, do not kill, etcetera…
Yet, we have become restrictive, needing a law for every single little thing we could think of.
The simple fact is, that nobody should be forced to know all laws, as currently, it is just impossible.
How does this ever create safety, dare to ask yourself that.. please..
As in the end, this is not only breaking apart society, but also causing for more and more unlawful things to happen, as basically, everything is unlawful in some way, as we have written down basically everything possible by now…